Tyical cafés and taverns
© Stephane Lascaud
Rue Saint Michel 18
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During the day Le Corbeau is a Brussels brasserie. Somewhere you can enjoy a drink and a bite to eat. At night, the volume rises and dancers invade the dance floor.
Situated between Rue Neuve and Place De Brouckère, le Corbeau is one of Brussels’ oldest brasseries (1874). For a quick lunch, a tasty dish of the day and some of the capital’s culinary specialities.
Take a break from shopping and come and sample a beer served in the famous Chevalier glass, exclusively at le Corbeau!
Push away the chairs, it’s time to jump onto the tables!
To drop by le Corbeau after 10pm is to enter a completely different world, the brasserie turns into a night club! The DJ will get you dancing on the tables to the beat of all the great pop, rock, dance and electro classics.
Free entry and you can dance until dawn (4:30am).
Whatever your mood, relaxation or dancing, there is always a right time to pay a visit to Le Corbeau.